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Lake George, New York
1997 Cruisers Yachts 3075 1997 Cruiser Yachts 3075 1997 Cruiser Yachts 3075 Rogue with newer (2004) Merc. 260hp engines, new bimini 2016 and partial clear enclosure replacement. Slip included till Nov 1st. '07Venture Alum Triple Axle Trailer avail. and being sold separately Brokerage Boat at Yankee's Haverstraw Showroom -Call Michael New Merc 260hp crate engines installed 2004 with only 30hrs run timeAM/FM stereoVHFDigital depthFume detectorOffshore compassCruiseAir AC/heatTank watch systemSea chargerFull galley / elect stoveSleeps sixHUGE swimplatform and great walk-thru with railing/hand-hold for bow access
Lake George, New York
Category Cruiser Boats
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1998 Cruisers Yachts 3075 Rogue NEW LISTING 1998 Cruiser Yachts Rogue 3075 1998 Cruiser Yachts 3075 Rogue with new Volvo engines, newer canvas, and Triple axle aluminum Venture trailer w/ alum rims Interior photo's shortly....................... Brokerage Boat at Yankee's Haverstraw Showroom New Volvo crate engines approx. 30hrs
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1980 Bluewater Yachts Ingrid 38 Built by Bluewater Yachts, this Ingrid 38 Ketch is the design of William Atkin. It is a heavy displacement double ender with a full keel and long tiller. The sail inventory includes a main, mizzen, roller furling Genoa, roller furling high-cut Yankee, inner staysail and spinnaker. All are in good working condition. Ground tackle includes two 45 pound CQR anchors with 190 feet of 3/8” BBB chain and 200’ of 7/8” nylon rode. As the boat is generally moored, the ground tackle has seen little use. There is also a Bronze ABI manual windlass. This is a very solid vessel owned by a professional captain for the past 16 years. It is offered for sale as his needs are changing. There are several projects currently in the works: The engine needs an overhaul. Internal re-wiring and a new electrical panel are needed. The old wiring has recently been removed. New cushions are needed. The owner has all the material needed to complete this project. Work on most of the items above has commenced. Two projects have already been completed for Spring 2015: 1) a new Marine Sanitation System has been installed; and 2) the interior has been significantly refurbished, including painting the interior, varnishing the cabin sole, attachment of new LED lights, varnishing of all the interior teak. The boat is priced to reflect its current condition. As each project is completed, the price of the vessel will be adjusted accordingly. However, if someone wants a fundamentally sound bluewater cruiser and wants to complete these tasks, great savings can be had for the do-it-yourselfer!
Mt Pleasant, South Carolina
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This boat is Hull # 1, built by New England Boat Builders, this was designed as a racing ketch. Draft: 3'4" Displacement: 5,250 lbs. Ballast; 2,000 lbs. I paid $12,000 for this boat. Sailing Characteristics: Great sailing boat - extremely well balanced on all points of sail. Generous sail area performs well in light air. In heavier air, the ketch rig offers many options of sail combinations, with the boat handling very well under staysail and mizzen alone. The hull form is very comfortable in a sea, rarely pounding and keeps the decks dry. Hull - Traditional full keel design. Solid fiberglass hull, balsa cored deck. External lead ballast with movable internal ballast for trim. Accommodations - Simple, workable accommodations, well suited to weekending and day sailing. Comfortable for 2 on short trips up to a week or two. Berths: 31/2 - V-Berth, Quarter Berth, 1/2 Settee Upholstery Color - Red w/ White Trim Cabin Sole - Mahogany Chart Table Folding/Sliding Tables Visa MSD (Porta Potti) Head with built-in holding tank and overboard pump-out Headroom - 5'6" 3 Opening Ports Gimbaled Oil Lamp Galley Single Stainless Steel Sink Electronics & Navigation: ICOM 45 VHF Radio (2000) Masthead VHF Antenna; Shakespeare VHF Antenna & Cabling new in 2000 Depthsounder; Raymarine L265 Sounder/Fishfinder (2002) Autopilot; Autohelm 800 Knotmeter; enyon Compass; Ritchie Bulkhead Mounted Propulsion & Systems: 1982 Yanmar 1GM10 Inboard Diesel 3 Blade fixed pitch prop New Shaft, cutlass bearing and PSS Shaft Seal, 2003 11 Gal. Tank w/ Gage & Racor Filter Morse Engine Controls All hoses, thru-hulls and seacocks replaced in 2000 Electrical: Group 27 Marine Deep Cycle Battery Running Lights - Bow/Stern/Masthead Rigging: Roller Furling; Stearns TwinStay Furler (new bearings, 2001) Outer Shrouds; Bob Stay, and Bowsprit stays replaced 2000 Spinnaker Pole Deck Stepped Masts Hinged Step for Main Mast (Can be easily stepped with 3 people) Sails: Sail Area; 345 sq. feet 1 Heavy-Duty Jib 3 Genoas 1 Yankee w/ UV protective cover 2 Light Genoas 1 Staysail 2 Mainsails w/ reef points 1 Mizzen 1 Spinnaker 2 Halyard Winches on Mast 2 Sheet Winches Harken & Schaffer Hardware Sail Covers Deck & Safety; Comfortable Cockpit with 2 lockers and lazerette storage area. Anchor Type; Danforth type 13 lb. w/ 150' rode (chain & 3-strand nylon) Bow Roller on Bowsprit Double Lifelines w/ Bow Pulpit and Stern Pushpit Rule electric bilge pump Whale Gusher 8 Manual Bilge Pump Lifejackets and Fire Extinguishers Dock Lines Fenders Additional item included: Yanmar Engine Service & Parts Manual Raytheon 520 Loran w/ Antenna (removed) Galley Handpump and 15 Gal. Water Tank The seller offers the details of this vessel in good faith. The vessel is offered for sale "as is, where is." This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
2006 Pama Yacht Pilothouse MY The Yankee Doodle was custom built under the careful supervision of Dave Adams, designer and builder of the famed Argos 92 & 70. This vessel will deliver a superior head sea ride to ANY OTHER yacht in her class, and will remain dry in conditions when most other models will “drown” you. All composite construction makes her lightweight while stronger than most. Her Tunnels will allow passage in areas where others will be aground! If you are seriously looking for a pilothouse vessel, you owe it to yourself to have a look at the YANKEE DOODLE. NOTE: Some Photos are Sistership photos
Specifications: Year: 1985 LOA 42’ 2” (including bowsprit) LOD 36’ 8” (excluding bowsprit) LWL 31’ Beam 11.6” Disp. 22500 lbs. Ballast 7340 lbs. Draft 5’ 8” Sail Area 861 sq. ft. Engine: Perkins 4108 HP: 50 Designer: Robert Perry Builder: Ta Yang Yacht Building Co. (Taiwan) Keel Type: Full Keel Description: The Tayana 37 is perhaps the most successful semi-custom cruising boat to be built. The Tayana 37 has been constructed of the finest materials, using the best techniques. There is no better yacht in her size range on the market. With care and proper maintenance she will not only prove to be an excellent investment, she will take you cruising anywhere in the world safely and comfortably. This is being proven almost daily. Ocean crossings by Tayana 37’s are routine. Circumnavigations have been reported. By the same token, over 500 of these yachts are the primary homes of their owners. Condition: She has had many upgrades over the time that I have owned her (6 years). New Awlgrip topsides and decks (2016), Propane stove 2014, new fuel tank (2013), New canvass (2013), Cabin heater (2014), new tile counters (2015), new bowsprit (2013), bottom job (latest summer 2016), new cushions in main salon and forward cabin (2017). Electronics upgrade to Raymarine ST60+ (2016), New battery house and start banks (2016), updated running rigging, all new sea cocks (2016). Accommodations: Although ideally set up for a couple to cruise, this Tayana sleeps 8 in three cabins. The spacious galley is just down the companionway to starboard. To port is a single, private pilot berth in its own cabin. With drawers under the berth, shelves, cabinets and a hanging locker there is excellent storage. I personally love this little cabin, I can have a crowd of guests aboard and still have privacy in my single “captain’s cabin”. With three opening ports and a fan, I can stay cool even in summer time. Forward of the pilot berth cabin is a large nav station with storage drawers below.The main salon to port has a pull out double berth and L shaped dinette to Port. There are also two stow-away pipe berths that can be pulled out to sleep a total of 5 in the main cabin. Forward of the main salon is great storage in hanging locks and drawers to starboard and a large head with separate shower to port. A double Pullman berth is forward of the head, also with great storage. Deck Hardware FRP decks, very solid- no soft spots, no teak (repainted, AwlGrip 2016) Teak Skylight, opening with screens Teak forward hatch Laminated bow sprit (new 2014) with teak platform and anchor rollers Anchor and anchor chain set up on bowsprit platform (2) SS Stanchions, vinyl covered dbl lifelines with gates Opening bronze ports (10) Two coaming lockers Staysail track Teak companionway hatch with doors Teak cockpit seats and cockpit grating Teak exterior trim Teak chain lockers with two deck pipes SS Bow pulpit Dorade vents (four) Propane locker for two 20lb tanks, vented overboard Aluminum genoa tracks with cars Aluminum mainsheet traveler with roller car 2 Lewmar 48 self-tailing primaries 2 Lewmar 30 self-tailing winches SS dinghy davits on stern Hull Hand laid up FRP. Full Keel with encapsulated ballast Teak rubrail Teak toe rail Hull ground down with two coats of long term bottom paint (summer 2016) Topside repainted, AwlGrip 2016 Sails Main with three reef points, tanbark Main sail cover with lazy jacks (stack pack) Staysail, tanbark Staysail cover Yankee with roller furling, tanbark Storm Jib, tanbark Storm trysail 150% Gennaker Interior: Teak and holly cabin sole (real teak and holly, not laminate) Solid teak cabinetry and doors White tile counters (new 2015) New cushion covers (2017) Stove alcove lined with SS Interior teak handrails Two Ice Boxes insulated and SS lined, top ice chest accessible from galley and cockpit Force 10 Propane cabin heater Steering Pedestal Steering SS and bronze binnacle Teak and SS emergency tiller Teak traditional steering wheel SS rudder shaft Plumbing 90 gallon aluminum fuel tank (new 2014) 30 gallon FRP holding tank Hot and cold pressure water system One high capacity electric bilge pump on manual switch One low capacity electric bilge pump on float switch One High capacity manual pump Two SS fresh water tanks Manual Marine head Water heater 110 volt and engine heated Sea cocks on all through-hull fittings (all sea cocks new 2016) Galley: Two well insulated ice boxes lined with SS. Top ice box is accessible from the galley and the cockpit, Double stainless steel deep sinks, 3 burner Force 10 Propane stove with oven and broiler Overhead cabinets, deep well storage, counter cabinets, drawers and offer plenty of storage. Head: Marine Head with holding talk and deck pump out. Separate shower room. Hot and cold pressure water. Engine: Perkins 4-108 Diesel engine. Engine runs strong. New high pressure pump, fuel lines and injectors (2015) Fiberglass drip pan Electronics and Equipment: Radar: Raytheon Depth meter: Raymarine ST 60+ Speed meter and log: Raymarine ST60+ Wind speed and direction meter Raymarine ST60+ Binnacle mounted Ship’s Compass VHF Radio, Icom IC-M80 SSB with tuner and backstay antenna, Kenwood TS-430S Battery selector switch with start and house batteries Shore power with 110v plugs below Radio am/fm with speakers Extra Equipment Folding mast steps to top of mast Three blade prop Dock Lines Fenders Boat Hook Type IV throwable PFD Oil Lamps Dinghy Davits Outboard engine mount Propane cabin heater Cockpit cushionsShe is available for inspection, email to schedule an inspection with one of representatives. Please inspect the vessel to your satisfaction prior to purchase. DisclaimerI offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated PRIOR TO BIDDING. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Vessel comes as it, where is with no warranties or guarantees.
Merritt Island, Florida
1980 Bayfield Bayfield C This 1980 sailing vessel, "Excellsis Deo" is a restored model of the highly regarded H.T. Gozzard designed cutters by Bayfield Yachts. Designed for Great Lakes cruising, many of these boats have traveled the Intracoastal to the Caribbean and back, and a few have made Atlantic crossings. If you are looking for a safe, proven cruiser with classic lines, "Excellsis Deo" is in beautiful condition and deserves a very serious look. She sleeps six with a private v-berth. Features include, teak interior, head with vanity, galley with fridge, stove, and oven, stowable chart table, full set of cruising sails in excellent condition, furling Yankee and jib, Auto Helm, oversized wooden helm wheel, dodger and bimini, swim ladder, windlass, cradle, West Marine dinghy with outboard and a Yanmar 15hp auxiliary diesel. This vessel has just completed an eighteen-month renovation, and is ready for an extended Caribbean cruise.
1978 PRAIRIE 32 Cutter, Must sell due to health issues. All reasonable offers will be considered. We are the original owners of Kalai Pahoa. She was built in the Prairie Boat works/Blue Water Yachts shipyard in 1978 and trucked to Oregon in 1979. She is a heavy displacement full keel cruiser with a cutaway forefoot for quick manuvering. Outboard rudder and tiller make for ease of handling. Yanmar 33 HP Diesel Engine. She is a good sturdy cruiser, Mexico vet. Must see to appreciate. She has provided many safe cruising miles and is a great live aboard. We hate to let her go, however, due to health issues we are no longer able to sail and want to find someone who will enjoy more adventures with her.Many of the items included are: 10 Ft. Avon Rover Inflatable 9.9 Suzuki short shaft outboard (used less than 4 hr) Aires Self steering windvane Simpson Larence Volans Electric Windlass with new foot switch All chain rode on 35 lb CQR 22 lb Danforth stern anchor with rope road Sails /Main with 3 reef points, staysail,110% Lapper, 85% Yankee & Storm Sail (new) Lazy jacks Running Backstays Custom Boom Gallow Garhauer Custom Traveler SS Outboard Motor lift Duel bilge pumps plus Spare Rule used for wash down pump Overboard Pole and Strobe Whisker Pole Magma propane BBQ and 2 gallon aluminum tank Two 5 gallon aluminum horizonal propane tanks in custom teak boxes BottomSiders Cockpit Cushions Plastimo thru the bulkhead compass Coastal Navigator depth sounder and knot log Double lifelines with gates Stainless Steel dodger bows (cloth has been removed, ready for your new top) Custom Teak interior Broadwater SS propane galley range with 2 burners, oven and broiler Remote propane shut off Round Galley Sinks with teak covers Pressure water Lots of storage in galley cabinets and lift lid bins Heart Interface Smart Charger with inverter Newer wiring and backlite breaker panel Adler Barber cold machine Custom brass interior lighting, 12 volt and 110 Brass chronometer and barometer Wilcox Crittenden Skipper Head Standard Horizon VHF radio, old but still works great Ground plane installed for HAM or SS Split backstay with insulator for HAM or SS antenna Mast Head tri color light with strobe Many spare partsThe cabinets and lockers in the head area have been removed and will need to be rebuilt, or you may have a different idea for that area. We had planned to remodel and put in a Pullman berth. Lockers could be easily built back in. $15000
1978 Custom Prairie 32 Cutter, Must sell due to health issues. All reasonable offers will be considered. We are the original owners of Kalai Pahoa. She was built in the Prairie Boat works/Blue Water Yachts shipyard in 1978 and trucked to Oregon in 1979. She is a heavy displacement full keel cruiser with a cutaway forefoot for quick manuvering. Outboard rudder and tiller make for ease of handling. Yanmar 33 HP Diesel Engine. She is a good sturdy cruiser, Mexico vet. Must see to appreciate. She has provided many safe cruising miles and is a great live aboard. We hate to let her go, however, due to health issues we are no longer able to sail and want to find someone who will enjoy more adventures with her.Many of the items included are: 10 Ft. Avon Rover Inflatable 9.9 Suzuki short shaft outboard (used less than 4 hr) Aires Self steering windvane Simpson Larence Volans Electric Windlass with new foot switch All chain rode on 35 lb CQR 22 lb Danforth stern anchor with rope road Sails /Main with 3 reef points, staysail,110% Lapper, 85% Yankee & Storm Sail (new) Lazy jacks Running Backstays Custom Boom Gallow Garhauer Custom Traveler SS Outboard Motor lift Duel bilge pumps plus Spare Rule used for wash down pump Overboard Pole and Strobe Whisker Pole Magma propane BBQ and 2 gallon aluminum tank Two 5 gallon aluminum horizonal propane tanks in custom teak boxes BottomSiders Cockpit Cushions Plastimo thru the bulkhead compass Coastal Navigator depth sounder and knot log Double lifelines with gates Stainless Steel dodger bows (cloth has been removed, ready for your new top) Custom Teak interior Broadwater SS propane galley range with 2 burners, oven and broiler Remote propane shut off Round Galley Sinks with teak covers Pressure water Lots of storage in galley cabinets and lift lid bins Heart Interface Smart Charger with inverter Newer wiring and backlite breaker panel Adler Barber cold machine Custom brass interior lighting, 12 volt and 110 Brass chronometer and barometer Wilcox Crittenden Skipper Head Standard Horizon VHF radio, old but still works great Ground plane installed for HAM or SS Split backstay with insulator for HAM or SS antenna Mast Head tri color light with strobe Many spare partsThe cabinets and lockers in the head area have been removed and will need to be rebuilt, or you may have a different idea for that area. We had planned to remodel and put in a Pullman berth. Lockers could be easily built back in. $15000
1974 Bluewater Ingrid The Ingrid 38 from the pen of William Atkin is a heavy displacement blue water ketch derived from Colin Archer's famous double ender designed North Sea pilot boats, which in turn were inspired by Viking boats renowned for their heavy weather characteristics. Perhaps Atkin sums it up best by saying it's "the kind of boat that behaves herself in rough water and can be depended upon to sail herself". (To that part we do hear frequent mentions of the superb one-finger-on-tiller tracking and a comfortable ride.) With her old world style, Josette's a good looking boat with a sheer line reminiscent of Crealock's famous Westsail 32. Her seaworthiness is there to see in her full keel, heavy displacement and overbuilt construction. Her hull is heavily hand laid in fiberglass. There's robust outboard chain plates and an outboard rudder protected by extra fiberglass and a large bronze shoe casting should she scrub the bottom. Atkin's main rework on the Ingrid 38 from Archer's original design was finer entry on the bow which "cushions" her landing off the waves and even may increase speed slightly. Below the waterline she has a long full keel with deep v-sections forward keeping her stable in the rough. The ballast is encapsulated and is distributed from bow to stern, to keep the weight as low as possible. Rounding this off, there's plenty of flotation designed in her ends, fore and aft which helps keep her dry. The trade off of heavy displacement and ultimate stability is usually in speed so the Ingrid 38 is not considered fast. Surprisingly she's known to sail pretty well in light airs, as owners report she'll do half the wind speed in up to 8 knots of wind. However, she's a boat that comes into her own in heavier seas. By the numbers, her hull speed works out at 7.2 knots but she'll more often manage a consistent 6 knots while cruising. The cutter rig gives plenty of options on all points of sail and she's an easy boat to single-hand. Josette is her original name and she has spent most of her life in fresh water. She only spent one year in salt water in 1985, her original launch year. This is a one-owner vessel. The hull was built by Blue Water Yachts in Washington state and it is reported that these are the same builders that build the Nordic Tugs. The interior cabin sides (ceiling) were finished in oak planks by the original owner. The hull is foam insulated to keep you cool when it is hot outside and warm when it is cold outside. The galley area is a great work space for any type of cooking. The mast is anodized aluminum construction by MetalMast Marine, with internal halyards. The hull is solid fiberglass construction but does have some surface blisters above the waterline, but they do not appear to be structural. She has Profurl roller furling on the yankee to make her easier to handle as well as a staysail that can act as a storm sail if you need it. The